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Why couldn't the earth and the heavens been created millions of years ago and remained null and void until God created the atmosphere, land and life?
Since the Bible has been copied and translated so many times, can we really trust that we have the words of the authors? Tim Chaffey, AiG–U.S., responds.
A recent visitor to the Creation Museum wonders about our depiction of children playing next to young dinosaurs. Tim Chaffey, AiG-U.S., addresses these concerns.
A concerned reader wonders how to respond to the claim that God is vindictive. Tim Chaffey, AiG–U.S., responds.
Dr. Lisle responds to feedback concerning his recent paper on the distant starlight problem.
A concerned reader wonders about the 2012 hype. Tim Chaffey, AiG-U.S., addresses his concerns.
A cynical reader asks how it is possible for us to narrow down the amount of false arguments to refute. Dr. Tommy Mitchell addresses his comments.
Dr. Andrew Snelling, AiG–U.S., explains how to deal with refutations of creationist material
The LiveScience and MSNBC websites have posted a negative commentary concerning the Creation Museum. Several Answers in Genesis editors respond to the false claims presented in the hit piece.
An evolutionist mocks the Bible and criticizes Dr. Lisle. Bodie Hodge, AiG–U.S., addresses these issues.
Did time begin on Day Four when God created the sun, moon, and stars? After all, the Bible doesn’t give an exact date for creation. Tim Chaffey, AiG–U.S., addresses this misconception.
Did Methuselah live through the Flood or die along with all those outside the Ark? Bodie Hodge, AiG–U.S., explores what the Genesis record shows.
A reader wonders why there seems to be a contradiction in 2 Samuel about Michal having children. Bodie Hodge, AiG–U.S., takes a close look at the text.
When the Flood ended, the maximum life expectancy of humanity dropped quite a bit. What changed to make this happen?
Dr. Andrew Snelling, AiG–U.S., gives a young earth creation explanation of the formation of beaches and other sands.
Chances are you have friends who believe in Evolution. Here are some suggestions for talking with them.
One disgruntled reader accuses Answers in Genesis of seeking to squelch other beliefs to force our morality on people, but as Mark Looy, AiG–U.S., shows, our goal is for others to find true freedom.
In a local newspaper, a humanist critic accuses creationists of becoming a cult. But biblical authority has always been the basis of orthodox Christianity.
“If an unbeliever were truly standing on a worldview that did not borrow from Christianity, then he would not be bothered by its inconsistency and arbitrariness.”
Does spiritual fruit trump disdain for the clear teachings of Scripture? Tim Chaffey, AiG–U.S., shows why faith in Christ and adherence to His Word must work together.
A reader accuses Dr. Jason Lisle, AiG–U.S., of attempting to cover up the scientific consensus. As Dr. Lisle shows, however, the critic missed the point of the article.
Atheists have recently “rediscovered” a quote from 1900 that attacks Christianity. Bodie Hodge, AiG–U.S., shows it’s just as error-filled now as it was then.
Can a creationist make a difference in a public school? Roger Patterson, AiG–U.S., gives a blunt assessment of the current climate in the American education system.
Is the NIV version of the Bible wrong to say that we are “knit” together in the womb? Dr. Terry Mortenson and Dr. David Menton, AiG–U.S., examine the Hebrew and science.
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